Danish blues

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Decorating with blue is one of the hottest trend at the moment, and we’ve selected some of our favorite blue Danish design accessories for a stylish interior.

Pssst: Want some inspiration? Check out our gallery of interiors with blue accents.

From left to right:

Wishbone chair by Hans J. Wegner
Launched in a palette of blues this year to celebrate the chair’s 60th anniversary.
From Carl Hansen & Son.

Grand Cru Thermos Jub by Rosendahl
Surface-treated plastic, glass insert. Size: H 28 cm, Vol. 1 Litre.

E27 lamp by Muuto
Socket lights by Mattias Stahlbom. Bulb Ø 130 mm and 4 m cord included.


Provence bowl by Holmegaard
Designed by Per Lütken in 1955. Mouth blown. Three sizes available: Ø 190 mm, Ø 250 mm, and Ø 310 mm

EKG shelf by Bolia
Designed by Karl Rüdiger. Can hang individually or combined. Made of metal. Size: 30 x 80 x 23 cm


Raw side table by MuutoDesigned by Jens Fager. Hand-carved wood. Each piece is unique. Height 53 cm, Ø 39 cm
Knitted basket by
FermLIVINGPerfect for magazines and newspapers. Hand-knitted and made of 100% cotton rope. Size: 25 x 20 cm
DLM table by
HayDesigned by Thomas Bentzen. Made of powder coated steel. Size: width 38 cm, height 44/58 cm
Skyline by SuperspaceCandle holder with Copenhagen’s skyline. Made of metal. Size: 5 x 5 x 4.5 cm